Heathcliff : Poor and homeless child. *Theme is beginning to form.
Heathcliff: Loved Victim*Theme is introduced and Catherine's and Heathcliff's love is forming.
Heathcliff: Neglected Victim* Love is still being kindled
Page 45-46"We crowded round, and over Miss Cathy’s head I hada peep at a dirty, ragged, black-haired child; big enoughboth to walk and talk: indeed, its face looked older thanCatherine’s; yet when it was set on its feet, it only staredround, and repeated over and over again some gibberishthat nobody could understand"
Heathcliff: Degraded Lover*Theme is executed. First sign of love being destructive towards Heathcliff.
Page 45" ‘See here, wife! I was never so beaten with anything in mylife: but you must e’en take it as a gift of God; "
Heathcliff: Changed Gentleman*Theme has changed Heathcliff in order for Catherine to love him, yet she rejects him.
Page 46 " Mrs. Earnshaw was ready to fling it out of doors: she did fly up, asking how he could fashion to bring that gipsy brat into the house, when they had their own bairns to feed and fend for? "Page 49-50 "‘Take my colt, Gipsy, then!’ said young Earnshaw. ‘And I pray that he may break your neck: take him, and he damned, you beggarly interloper! and wheedle my father out of all he has: only afterwards show him what you are, imp of Satan. And take that, I hope he’ll kick out your brains!’
Heathcliff: Viscous and lonely master*Theme aka love destroys Heathcliff and he becomes the villain.
Page 57 :"He drove him from their company to the servants, deprived him of the instructions of the curate, andinsisted that he should labour out of doors instead; "Page 102-103 ". It would degrade me to marry Heathcliff now; so he shall never knowhow I love him: and that, not because he’s handsome, Nelly,but because he’s more myself than I am"
Page 118- 122"I distinguished a tall mandressed in dark clothes, with dark face and hair. He leantagainst the side, and held his fingers on the latch as if intending to open for himself. ‘Who can it be?’ I thought. ‘Mr.Earnshaw? Oh, no! The voice has no resemblance to his.’‘I have waited here an hour,’ he resumed, while I continued staring; ‘and the whole of that time all round has beenas still as death. I dared not enter. You do not know me?Look, I’m not a stranger!’
Page 143-145"‘I seek no revenge on you,’ replied Heathcliff, less vehemently. ‘That’s not the plan. The tyrant grinds down hisslaves and they don’t turn against him; they crush thosebeneath them. You are welcome to torture me to death foryour amusement, only allow me to amuse myself a littlein the same style, and refrain from insult as much as youare able."